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Kaspersky Lab signs threat intelligence sharing agreement with INTERPOL

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In a fight against cyber crime, Kaspersky Lab signed a threat intelligence sharing agreement with INTERPOL.

Kaspersky’s experts have regularly cooperated with INTERPOL to share fresh cyber threat discoveries with police in its member countries.

The antivirus and internet security software company participated in a groundbreaking INTERPOL-led cybercrime operation that identified nearly 9,000 botnet command and control (C2) servers and hundreds of compromised websites, including government portals, across the ASEAN region.

Kaspersky Lab has also previously assisted in a global operation coordinated by the INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation (IGCI) in Singapore to disrupt the Simda criminal botnet – a network of over 770,000 infected PCs around the world.

INTERPOL has helped Kaspersky Lab experts to test and improve a free open-source tool that enables quicker and easier cyber threat research.

Anton Shingarev, vice-president for public affairs of Kaspersky Lab, said: “Sharing intelligence is vital in tackling today’s ever-growing threat landscape

Read more at: http://www.softwaretestingnews.co.uk/kaspersky-lab-signs-threat-intelligence-sharing-agreement-interpol/

BT, Interpol unite on cyber-crime | IT-Online – IT

BT has become the first telecommunications provider to sign a data exchange agreement with Interpol as it continues to step up its efforts to combat the growing incidence of cyber-crime across the globe.
The accord, signed at the Interpol Global Complex for Innovation (IGCI) in Singapore, provides a framework for threat information exchange focusing on data relating to criminal trends in cyber-space, emerging and known cyber-threats and malicious attacks.
The mutual data sharing agreement will foster even greater co-operation between the two parties as they continue their fight to protect families, consumers, businesses and governments against the rising tide of cyber-crime.
BT’s threat intelligence experts will provide the IGCI with their knowledge and unique insight into the evolving global threat landscape, helping Interpol in its efforts to identify and take action against cyber-criminals operating around the world.
BT already collaborates closely with Interpol and earlier this year was one

Read more at: https://it-online.co.za/2017/10/06/bt-interpol-unite-on-cyber-crime/

BT, Interpol unite on cyber-crime – IT

BT has become the first telecommunications provider to sign a data exchange agreement with Interpol as it continues to step up its efforts to combat the growing incidence of cyber-crime across the globe.
The accord, signed at the Interpol Global Complex for Innovation (IGCI) in Singapore, provides a framework for threat information exchange focusing on data relating to criminal trends in cyber-space, emerging and known cyber-threats and malicious attacks.
The mutual data sharing agreement will foster even greater co-operation between the two parties as they continue their fight to protect families, consumers, businesses and governments against the rising tide of cyber-crime.
BT’s threat intelligence experts will provide the IGCI with their knowledge and unique insight into the evolving global threat landscape, helping Interpol in its efforts to identify and take action against cyber-criminals operating around the world.
BT already collaborates closely with Interpol and earlier this year was one

Read more at: https://it-online.co.za/2017/10/06/bt-interpol-unite-on-cyber-crime/

BT and Interpol unite to fight cyber-crime

BT’s threat intelligence experts will send its data to the IGCI, helping Interpol identify cyber-criminals

BT has penned a data exchange agreement with international police organisation Interpol, in a bid to combat cyber-crime globally.

The accord was signed at the Interpol Global Complex for Innovation (IGCI) in Singapore. BT’s threat intelligence experts will send its data to the IGCI, helping Interpol identify cyber-criminals.

BT and Interpol have collaborated earlier in the year as as one of only seven international companies with security expertise, to tackle cyber-crime in South East Asia, defending against ‘hactivist’ groups and phishing sites.

The wider operation uncovered nearly 9,000 command and control (C2) servers, which are typically used to launch Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks and spread malware, ransomware and spam. Hundreds of compromised websites, including government portals, were also discovered as

Read more at: http://www.mobilenewscwp.co.uk/2017/10/05/bt-interpol-unite-fight-cyber-crime/

BT teams up with Interpol to fight cyber-crime

BT has announced it will begin working with Interpol in the battle against cyber-crime.

The UK’s biggest telecoms provider has signed a data exchange agreement that will see the company work together with Interpol to monitor both existing and emerging online threats.

Going forward, Interpol will be able to call on BT’s threat intelligence experts for insight into current cyber threats and criminals operating around the world as it looks to boost its own Interpol Global Complex for Innovation facility (IGCI).

“The scale and complexity of today’s cyber-threat landscape means cooperation across all sectors is essential if we are to effectively combat this global phenomenon,” said Noboru Nakatani, executive director of the IGCI. “Interpol’s agreement with BT is an important step in our continued efforts to ensure law enforcement worldwide has access to the information they need to combat these evolving cyber threats.”

BT and Interpol have already worked together several times

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BT teams up with Interpol to fight cyber-crime | ITProPortal

BT has announced it will begin working with Interpol in the battle against cyber-crime.

The UK’s biggest telecoms provider has signed a data exchange agreement that will see the company work together with Interpol to monitor both existing and emerging online threats.

Going forward, Interpol will be able to call on BT’s threat intelligence experts for insight into current cyber threats and criminals operating around the world as it looks to boost its own Interpol Global Complex for Innovation facility (IGCI).

“The scale and complexity of today’s cyber-threat landscape means cooperation across all sectors is essential if we are to effectively combat this global phenomenon,” said Noboru Nakatani, executive director of the IGCI. “Interpol’s agreement with BT is an important step in our continued efforts to ensure law enforcement worldwide has access to the information they need to combat these evolving cyber threats.”

BT and Interpol have already worked together several times

Read more at: https://www.itproportal.com/news/bt-teams-up-with-interpol-to-fight-cyber-crime/

BT, INTERPOL in a data sharing pact to fight cyber crime

BT, INTERPOL in a data sharing pact to fight cyber crimeNew Delhi – Bangalore: BT today said that it has become the first telecommunications provider to sign a data exchange agreement with INTERPOL as it continues to step up its efforts to combat the growing incidence of cyber-crime across the globe.

The accord, signed at the INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation (IGCI) in Singapore, provides a framework for threat information exchange focusing on data relating to criminal trends in cyber-space, emerging and known cyber-threats and malicious attacks.

The mutual data sharing agreement will foster even greater co-operation between the two parties as they continue their fight to protect families, consumers, businesses and governments against the rising tide of cyber-crime.

BT’s threat intelligence experts will provide the IGCI with their knowledge and unique insight into the evolving global threat landscape, helping INTERPOL in its efforts

Read more at: http://cio.economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/corporate-news/bt-interpol-in-a-data-sharing-pact-to-fight-cyber-crime/60955785

BT, INTERPOL in a data sharing pact to fight cyber crime, IT News …

BT, INTERPOL in a data sharing pact to fight cyber crimeNew Delhi – Bangalore: BT today said that it has become the first telecommunications provider to sign a data exchange agreement with INTERPOL as it continues to step up its efforts to combat the growing incidence of cyber-crime across the globe.

The accord, signed at the INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation (IGCI) in Singapore, provides a framework for threat information exchange focusing on data relating to criminal trends in cyber-space, emerging and known cyber-threats and malicious attacks.

The mutual data sharing agreement will foster even greater co-operation between the two parties as they continue their fight to protect families, consumers, businesses and governments against the rising tide of cyber-crime.

BT’s threat intelligence experts will provide the IGCI with their knowledge and unique insight into the evolving global threat landscape, helping INTERPOL in its efforts

Read more at: http://cio.economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/corporate-news/bt-interpol-in-a-data-sharing-pact-to-fight-cyber-crime/60955785

BT and INTERPOL to exchange data in bid to fight cyber crime

BT has signed an agreement to exchange data with INTERPOL as part of a new initiative to tackle cyber crime around the world.

The accord, the first signed by the international crime agency with a telecoms provider, outlines a framework for the two parties to exchange information about criminal activities alongside existing and emerging types of cyber attacks.

BT’s threat intelligence experts will provide support to INTERPOL’s cyber wing, the Global Complex for Innovation (IGCI), in identifying cyber criminals.

The agreement builds on existing cooperation between the two parties, which saw BT providing INTERPOL with information on local threats in Singapore during an unspecified operation in South East Asia earlier this year.

The operator already works with the National Cyber Security Centre, the UK government department that advises private and public sector organisations on cyber threats.

Mark Hughes, CEO of BT Security, said: “Threat intelligence sharing between law enforcement agencies and the private

Read more at: https://www.eurocomms.com/industry-news/12620-bt-and-interpol-to-exchange-data-in-bid-to-fight-cyber-crime

BT and Interpol unite to fight cyber-crime

BT today announced that it has become the first telecommunications provider to sign a data exchange agreement with INTERPOL as it continues to step up its efforts to combat the growing incidence of cyber-crime across the globe.

The accord, signed at the INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation (IGCI) in Singapore, provides a framework for threat information exchange focusing on data relating to criminal trends in cyber-space, emerging and known cyber-threats and malicious attacks.

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The mutual data sharing agreement will foster even greater co-operation between the two parties as they continue their fight to protect families, consumers, businesses and governments against the rising tide of cyber-crime.

BT’s threat intelligence experts will provide the IGCI with their knowledge and unique insight into the evolving global threat landscape, helping INTERPOL in its efforts to identify and take action against cyber-criminals operating

Read more at: http://home.bt.com/tech-gadgets/tech-news/bt-interpol-cyber-crime-data-sharing-agreement-11364217604244